Posts by Ted

Mungo S03E15

Mungo S03E15

By on Nov 11, 2010 in Art, Mungo | 3 comments

This week, Heart of Clachmaninshire try to limit the damage of their rather disastrous start to the season with varying degrees of success.  Mungo’s thoughtful gift to his fallen comrades raises squad morale, whilst Sir Roddy Bulbs artfully sidesteps questions of a looming financial crisis live on television. The person who draws this is called Dotmund. Click...

Read More
Friday essay: On the history of moustaches in football

Friday essay: On the history of moustaches in football

By on Nov 5, 2010 in Art, Latest | 3 comments

Fridays for the forseeable future on Twohundredpercent will be the home of a new feature, ‘A Picture That Dotmund Did’, where our resident artist gives the game of association football some serious in-depth analysis. No doubt. Today: a look at the inextricable link between football and nostril-warmers. Click for full-size The moustache is not just...

Read More
Mungo S03E14

Mungo S03E14

By on Nov 4, 2010 in Art, Mungo | 3 comments

The welcome distraction of a European game proves to be just too good an opportunity to make your presence felt for Mungo McCrackas to pass up. With his new £340,000 per week contract busily smouldering in his back pocket and steely determination burning within his breast, Mungo again sets about trying to establish once and for all the old axiom about ten men...

Read More

Danny Baker

By on Nov 1, 2010 in Latest, Opinion | 14 comments

Over the past few weeks on his Saturday morning show on Radio 5 Live, it’s been growing increasingly apparent that Danny Baker’s illness-enforced absences were probably for something a little more serious than anyone had hoped, but that doesn’t make the confirmation of it any less numbing or unpleasant. There are understandably few details beyond...

Read More
Mungo S03E13

Mungo S03E13

By on Oct 28, 2010 in Art, Mungo | 5 comments

Football this week has been brought to you by the number 10, the letter C and the word brinkmanship, and it’s no different at Heart of Clachmaninshire. The fallout from Mungo McCrackas’ transfer request continues to send people running for their inner sanctuary and doing the majority of their business in a bucket.  But!  Could there be a simple solution...

Read More